Quote Of The Day
“I feel there is no gray area in terms of what’s fair and ethical. It’s black or white; you’re a druggie or you’re not. It’s as simple as that. Some people are in a dark gray area. Say 50 is the threshold for illegality: They’re going to do everything in their means to be at 49.999. They’re always trying to find something new to give their athletes an edge. They called it innovation; I called it cheating. … Put your attention into areas where you know you’ll get results rather than chasing voodoo science.”
“Very honestly, everybody in the sport knows the drug coaches. And it’s not those supported by just one shoe company. Everybody knows it, but nobody will speak out because of fear of libel. It’s going to take some balls, that’s for sure. And the federation [USATF] is complicit. I mean, Jon Drummond is prominent on all the USATF committees. If we were serious about cleaning up the sport, that would not be the case. …”
– Former Nike Oregon Project strength and conditioning coach Vern Gambetta talking about the “grey” area of doping that exists in the sport, but he feels shouldn’t.
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